STAR OF DAY
EUTERPE • 23m
STAR OF DAY is simply the internal, subliminal (poetic) thoughts of an aging woman poet as she travels the world, alone, probably for the last time, thinking of a friend she has lost. Finally, she returns home to write ("write or die"). These story elements are all included in the last long poem of H.D, when she was in her eighties.
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